Daily Sun October 9 - THE woman accused the schoolgirl of dating her boyfriend and invited her to her house. Then she locked the door and hit the defenceless girl more than times with a sjambok! One of them, a SunReader, sent us a copy of the video. It shows Nompilo on her knees weeping and pleading for mercy and trying to defend herself as the woman, Amahle Mdlalose 22 , carried out her brutal attack.
Maldives girl, 15, sentenced to 100 lashes for 'fornication'
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A year-old girl sentenced to lashes for "fornication" on a remote part of the Maldives is at the centre of a new row between moderates and religious conservatives in the Indian Ocean luxury tourist destination. A court in the tiny island of Feydhoo last week sentenced the girl to a public flogging after she admitted to having sex out of wedlock, court officials have said. The reportedly consensual sexual relations only came to light during an investigation into the murder of a baby which revealed that the girl had also been repeatedly raped by her stepfather and another man. Such punishments are relatively commonplace in the Muslim country, visited by more than , tourists last year but increasingly hit by serious social problems such as gang violence and drug abuse as well as growing political instability. Though they appear to have initially backed the decision to prosecute the girl, Maldivian authorities are now working with the country's ministry of Islamic affairs and judiciary to cancel or suspend the punishment, a government official said. Masood Imad, a spokesman for the current president, Mohammed Waheed Hassan, told the Guardian that the government considered her a victim "who should not now become a victim of the law as well".
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